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Sigma’s new Quattro camera is like nothing you’ve ever seen

13
Feb
2014

Sigma is better known for its lenses than its cameras, and the shooters it does release tend to exhibit staid, anonymous design like the DP Merrill series. The cameras are similar to the Merrills, specs-wise — fixed 19mm, 30mm, and 50mm f/2.8 lenses paired with Sigmas unique Foveon APS-C sensor — but the industrial design is a radical departure from anything else on the market. The DP Quattros body itself is extremely thin, but the grip veers off at impossible angles, actually extending beyond the rear of the camera. The overall effect is strikingly minimalist, reducing the camera down to the bare essentials: a lens, a grip with controls, and a box to house them all.

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